PGLa

AcronymDefinition
PGLaPeptide Glycine-Leucine Amide
PGLaProject GRAD (Graduation Really Achieves Dreams!) Los Angeles
PGLaPolish Gay and Lesbian Association
PGLaPasir Gudang Local Authority
PGLaPolymer Polyglycolic-Lactic Acid
PGLaPreussischen Geologischen Landesanstalt
PGLaProfessional Geologist Licensing Act
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La regeneracion osea fue significativamente mayor que al utilizar el gel de fibrina, las NP de PGLA en un de gel de fibrina y Poloxamer sin rhBMP-2 o gel de fibrina y Poloxamer con rhBMP-2 no encapsulado.
Como foi demonstrado que a contaminacao bacteriana e um fator limitante para a regeneracao periodontal, o metronidazol (KURTIS et al., 2002) e a doxiciclina (CHANG & YAMADA, 2000; LYONS et al., 2008) foram incorporados a membranas reabsorviveis de PGLA ou acido polilactico, objetivando a liberacao lenta e constante desses antibacterianos.
Algumas membranas foram desenvolvidas com materiais polimericos como o PGLA, em molde contendo ranhuras e sulcos de magnitude microscopica impressos em sua superficie (OWEN et al., 2005).
For his delivery agent, Reisacher relies on FDA-approved polyglycolic-lactic acid (PGLA), commercially available polymers that have been in use for more than 20 years.
Y como tal Facultad, ha sido capaz de generar un numero impresionante de programas, proyectos internacionales y cursos especializados de todo tipo, cuya sola enunciacion abruman al lector desprevenido: PGLA, CICOM, Seminario de Informacion Economica, Capitulo espanol de la SND, DCCA, Departamento de Comunicacion Publica, Euroview, Premios Malofiej de Infografia, Premio Luka Brajnovic, Premio Kino, el MMLab, el MGEC, el MCPC, el CIEC, el International Media Program, Telenatura, etc.
Now researchers have found a way to combine stem cells with micro-particles, organic molecules called PGLA.
(117-121) According to Holland and Tighe, the use of poly(glycolide), poly(lactide), and polyglycolide-co-lactide (PGLA) as absorbable synthetic sutures can be attributed to the ability of these polymers to produce strong filaments as well as their spontaneous degradation.